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Topic - Natalie Vinti
"No teams are going to get beat 8-0 anymore," she said.
"I think we were all kind of overwhelmed with a ton of emotions," said defender Natalie Vinti, who grew up in San Diego and whose mother is from Mexico. "I was speechless for about an hour or so. It was only the biggest upset in soccer and it's going to last forever. It's a great story I can tell my children and grandchildren."